MURPH: The Illustrated History Of Greg Murphy

MURPH: The Illustrated History Of Greg Murphy by Andrew Clarke
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ISBN
9780994188625
Date Released
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
197
Dimensions
297 x 310mm
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As a racing driver, Greg Murphy saw the highs and the lows of the sport, and through it all he wore his heart on his sleeve. At his peak, he was one of the most loved sportsmen in New Zealand and he divided opinion in Australia. He was known simply as Murph.
Love him or hate him, his talent behind the wheel was never questioned. Four wins at Bathurst plus the greatest lap ever driven at the iconic centerpiece of the Australian motorsport world stand him near the peak of the pile. That qualifying lap stood unmatched for more than a decade.
He was runner-up in the V8 Supercar Championship twice and climbed to the top step of the podium 37 times in a V8 Supercar with wins in both Championship and non-Championship events. He also won the Bathurst 24-hour race with childhood hero Peter Brock and scored back-to-back Championship wins in New Zealand's V8SuperTourers.
In the troughs, he stood on the wrong side of the officialdom, scoring the infamous five-minute penalty at Bathurst as well as an erroneously applied drive through penalty at Winton that cost him a chance at winning the 2004 Championship. He also had to endure some tough times as a driver as teams buckled around him and fate dealt a cruel hand.
He was fiery and never took a backward step, either on or off the track. His emotions carried him to a period of absolute domination at Pukekohe in New Zealand, and also took him to many a verbal stoush with rivals. Today, his honesty is know well enough to see him active in motorsport media on both sides of the Tasman.
ISBN:
9780994188625
Publication Date:
01 / 01 / 2015
Pages:
197
Dimensions:
297 x 310mm

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